Is there any organization for Indians in New Zealand?

Indians have been present in New Zealand for over a hundred years and have been playing an active role in the making of Aotearoa.

New Zealand Indian Central Association Inc. (NZICA) is the only national Indian organisation in New Zealand set up as an umbrella body for regional Indian community groups throughout Aotearoa operating since 1926.

NZICA provides a central channel for Indian communities to voice concerns and together with other member communities join as a collective force. Through this unity we can make a difference for our families and communities.

We provide a link between Indian communities around NZ to exchange information on matters of common interest that may conserve, promote and advance generally the interests, welfare and status of Indians in NZ.